Spartak Moscow is back

Spartak Moscow is back

Davide Tuniz03 Jun 2015Davide Tuniz»

Today the official announcement: historic club is back in KHL


Spartak Moscow will play in 2015-2016 KHL: the official announcement was made today. The club returned to top Russian competition after one-year hiatus due to economic difficulties, resolved with the arrive of a new general sponsor, an international oil company.

Former head coach of Metallurg Novokuznetsk German Titov will lead the team, the coaching staff will also include Igor Ulanov and Vyacheslav Kozlov.

"The coaching staff is the same, as we planned"  said the general manager of the team Alexei Zhamnov.

"This is a very joyful event. Such a great club can't vanish from the geography of our sport" said former player and two-time Olympic champion Boris Mayorov

While Spartak is back, KHL lost Atlant Moscow Oblast, out for next season for financial problems, and most likely Slovan Bratislava. Slovak club admitted serious difficulties to collect a decent budget and has already filed an application in the Slovak Extraliga

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